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Title: 2002 AP DBQ: Reform Movements

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Subject: American History
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Date: July 20, 1998
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Nativism during this period may seem backward and hypocritic in denying voice and vote to immigrants, but in actuality its anti-immigration sentiment served to defend democratic rights from foreign nations (Doc. D). Ultimately, the goal of reformation was to achieve democratic perfection; a system of communalism in which there were no inequalities nor social evils to speak of (Doc...

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D). Ultimately, the goal of reformation was to achieve democratic perfection; a system of communalism in which there were no inequalities nor social evils to speak of (Doc. F). The idea of utopian socialism, fostered by the British reformer Robert Owen, preached such ideals, and lead to the attempt of several utopian societies...

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